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Location of electrical soliniod for 4x4 shift on the fly.

Washed out around the inside of front passenger wheel.

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I believe they are on the firewall behind the battery passenger side

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Installed new 4wd actuator in 2002 F-150, hooked up vacuum lines, but 4x4 light does not come on and 4wd does not engage. Is there a little bit of time for vacuum to build, or did I do something wrong. ...


Transfer Case - Mechanical Shift On The Fly (MSOF) Operation The mechanical shift on the fly (MSOF) system is a manual shift 4WD system that allows the operator to chose between two different 4x4 modes as well as 2-wheel drive. The operator can switch between 2WD and 4H mode at speeds up to 88 km/h (55 mph). To engage or disengage 4L range, the vehicle speed must be less than 5 km/h (3 mph), the brake pedal depressed, and the transmission must be in NEUTRAL.
Shifts between 2H and 4H can be made at a stop or any forward speed up to 88 km/h (55 mph). At temperatures below 0°C (32°F) shifts should not be performed above 72 km/h (45 mph).
The transfer case is equipped with an electromagnetic cluch which is located inside the case. This clutch is used to spin up the front driveline when shifting from 2WD to 4x4 mode at speed. When the manual shift lever is moved, this activates the 4WD indicator switch, 4WD electric clutch relay, and the electromagnetic clutch. When the transfer case front and rear output shafts are synchronized, the spring loaded lockup collar mechanically engages the mainshaft hub to the drive sprocket. Finally, the front axle collar is engaged and the electromagnetic clutch is deactivated.

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4x4 on my 2005 f150 will not ingage


Is the system ESOF ( Electronic Shift On the Fly ) or MSOF ( Mechanical Shift On the Fly ) ? Lift and support the front of the truck so the front wheels are off the ground ( take safety precautions, chock wheels, jack stands, etc ). Key on, engage 4x4 and try to turn the front drive shaft. If it turns it is a problem with the transfer case. If it doesn't it is a front axle engagement problem.

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check the electric solenoid on the fly which diverts the vacuum to the front wheel to engage the drive shaft.Usually two solenoids located on the radiator panel.Check for broken vacuum hoses or leak

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98 f-150 4x4 ,when you turn 4x4 sw ,relay in dash clicks about 6 time ,but no 4x4 light in dash and it don't lock in


Is the system ESOF ( Electronic Shift On the Fly ) or MSOF ( Mechanical Shift On the Fly ) ? Lift and support the front of the truck so the front wheels are off the ground ( take safety precautions, chock wheels, jack stands, etc ). Key on, engage 4x4 and try to turn the front drive shaft. If it turns it is a problem with the transfer case. If it doesn't it is a front axle engagement problem.

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Self locking hubs won't engage ....


You can check to see if you have a problem with the IWE ( Integrated Wheel End ) solenoid.

Operationally vacuum holds the IWE ( Integrated Wheel Ends ) out, and once vac is removed the spring engages the IWE. The IWE solenoid is what is to turn off the vacuum.

This is a block diagram of the IWE vacuum system
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A quick test is to pull the vacuum lines ( not the vent lines ) from the IWE and plug them. This should remove the vacuum from the IWE, and they should engage ( at all times, pushing a dead axle ). If you shift into 4WD ( H or L ) it should work. This is a quick test that might not tell too much if the issue is with the IWE themselves.
Are you sure the problem is with the wheel locks ? Could be a transfer case issue.

Lift and support the front of the truck so the front wheels are off the ground ( take safety precautions, chock wheels, jack stands, etc )
Key on, engage 4x4 and try to turn the front drive shaft.
If it turns it is a problem with the transfer case.
If it doesn't it is a front axle engagement problem.

Is the system ESOF ( Electronic Shift On the Fly ) or MSOF ( Mechanical Shift On the Fly ) ?

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try putting your truck in neutral and then shifting into 2 wheel drive shift on the fly does not apply to 4 low only 4 high and on electric shift models it wont shift unless your ****** is in neutral.

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